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Fall Wildlife Assignment Winner Doug Kliewer
Wonder Lake Reflections by Doug Kliewer
Photographer Doug Kliewer:
“This photo was taken Sept 3, 2013 from the north shore of Wonder Lake, Denali National Park at approximately 10:30 am. Our group had spent the morning attempting grand landscape photos from a rise above the lake when I noticed the beautiful fall foliage reflections in the water. I had just replaced my wide angle lens with the 500 mm lens to direct attention to the lake reflections when a pair of trumpeter swans flew into view. I only had time to grab a few handheld shots before the swans flew beyond the colorful reflections of the fall foliage. The photo was processed in Adobe LR 5 with contrast, color saturation and levels adjustments as well as cropping adjustments.”
Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EF 500mm f/4 IS II USM lens